Employee Parking at KU
All employees at Kutztown University who drive vehicles to the University may park their vehicle in any of the hundreds of employee parking spots located across campus. To secure a free parking permit, employees must present a state-issued driver's license and valid vehicle registration to Vehicle Registration & Permits.
To expedite the vehicle registration process, the employee may email a copy of the valid vehicle registration to firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance of visiting the office located at 107 Academic Forum during regular operating hours. Once the registration has been received and processed, the employee will receive an email confirming that the permit is ready for pickup. If the employee isn't in a hurry and doesn't mind waiting in line during the department's busy periods, they should feel free to bring the registration to the office (along with their driver’s license) during regular business hours.
Employees who would like to drive a different vehicle from time to time may register a second vehicle as well. But remember, only one vehicle may be parked on campus at a time. If an employee needs to drive a rental vehicle at any point, the rental agreement will serve as the temporary registration and must also be presented to Vehicle Registration & Permits to secure a temporary parking permit.
Employees are to park in spaces marked with yellow lines only. They may not park in designated visitor spaces or reserved parking spaces without the proper permit. Handicapped spaces may be used only by those holding a valid state accessible parking placard or plate, which must be visible at all times, along with the appropriate Kutztown University permit.
Parking Ticket Payments
Employees who earn parking tickets may pay for them via cash or a check may be made in person or mailed to:
Office of Student Accounts
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 730
Street Address: 15200 Kutztown Road
Office Location: 225 Stratton Administration Center
Kutztown, PA 19530
Payments that are mailed to Student Accounts must include the complete name and address of the operator, the ticket number, plus the license plate number and state of the ticketed vehicle to ensure proper application of the payment.